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Full text of "Nuhosca"

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NOV 7 2007 



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FOREWORD 



One day quickly following another, the 
eternal bell saying you're late to class, 
the thrill of the last two minutes of the 
game, the butterflies in your stomach as 
the curtain slowly opens, the breathless 
excitement as Christmas vacation begins, 
the proud smile at the display of Christ- 
mas finery, the timid very careful girls 
in their evening dresses, the lumpin your 
throat as the Seniors go down the aisle — 
all these things are our life, our hist- 
ory for this year. 

In this volume of the Nuhosca, you see 
reflected as in a clear pool the joys, 
laughter, 'and a few tears of the year '48 
and '49. 

As ripples go out when a pebble is 
dropped into a pool, so our friends will 
go out from New Hope but always this re- 
flection will be a link to hold this pre- 
sent to our future. 



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CALENDAR 

Registration September 13. 

Halloween Carnival October 29. 

Thanksgiving Holidays November 24-29. 

Christmas Holidays December 17-28. 

Mid-term Exams--- January 18-21. 

Junior Play February 1. 

Senior Play April 22. 

Mother-Daughter Banquet April 28. 

Father-Son Banquet April 28. 

Junior-Senior Banquet May 12. 

Final Exams May. 

Class Night Excerises May 27. 

Baccalaureate Sermon May 29. 

Graduation May 31. 



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Third row Elvin "-"ant, 

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Bright ^fc°:'; Basketball; Glee 
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Pres. Junior Class; President, 
Preshman Class; Make-up Thanks 
giving Pipy; Senior Piny. 



CAROLYN COKEfl Dramatics 21ub 

3; P.H.A. c-; Glee Club 4;S1 
Mans jer, Dicken: 3hristma£ > ■ : 
oi; Stage Manager, Jut.ior Play 
Thanksgiving Play, res: Le;MIss 
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REATHA CAISON Dramatics 3,4 

Christmas "lay; 4-H 2; P.H.A. 



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Play; 31te Club ^,0; Dramatics 
Club 3,4. 



DELORES 3 ARRIS Clee Club 1,2 

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County Treasure F.H.A. Make-up 
Committee of Junior Play. 




LINiVOOD DA'ASON Beta Club 3,4 

Dramatics 3,4; F. F. K. 2,3,4; 
C-lee Club 2; Thanksgiving Play 
Kr. Martin; Negro Minstrel;3us 

Driver 3,4. 



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Pres. Freshmen and Sophomore 
Class; F. F. A. reporter c ; F. 
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Vice Pres. Senior Cl^ss; Beta 
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PRANCES ROBERTS— Beta Club 3, 
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2,3; Thanksgiving I lay; Junior 
■Flay; Dickens Christmas Carol; 
Stage Manager; Senior May. 
Annual Staff 3,4. 



FRED ROBERTS — -Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Captain. Senior Flay; Mgr 
Baseball Team 4; Dramatics 3,4 
Christmas Play. 



RACHEL ROLLINS-— P. H. A. 2,3;Jr 
Flay; Olee Club 1,2; Drs itlcs 

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ALPHAS SMITH— Basketball 4;Jr 
Play; Baseball 3, 4; Dramatics 
Club 3,4; P. P. A. 3,4; Reporter 
3; Jon lor" Play 





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J.K. THOMPSON Beta Club 3,4; 

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Pres. Sen' or Class; Christmas 
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JOYCE iVILLIAMS Glee Club 1, 

2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3; Jr. 
Play; Senior I lay; Stage Mgr 
of Thanksgiving Play; F.H.A. 
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old Brown,. LinAood Earl Newsome, .. iison Saul? 
Lonala K. .■.hit ley, ;,j>£. Allen. 

Secor.a rev. Peggy A. Teachey, Carlyle Dwens, 

/•alter Lewis, Ruth Pollard, Ruby Jean Teachey 
Betty Jean Newell, Mary Teachey, Joanr. Smith, 
Anne Nelson, Bertho S. Smith, Janet Jortett. 
Third r^n Lleanor S;rdth, Emma Gurley, Lou- 
ise Lancaster, Richard Kearney, Vera Trj 
James E. Smith, Kathleen Hughes, Jeer, ftalker, 
Hazel Gardner, Joyce ftorrell, Marie Corbett, 
Emma oean outts, nscnel Tinner. 

Fourth row J~-mes R. Lancaster, Gro-ver S tth 

Hay Taylor, Louise Roberts, Lempesy Parks, Ms 
rjorie Peele, P°t Perks, K'ellie faoyette, W»rj 
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Sixth row L. D. .'iriaht, William Smith, Ken- 
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Bill -dams, Dail Lewis, Colleen Kearney) 

Second row Velda P. Smith, Frank! e And 

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Lae Carter, Ruby Lanca ter, Shirley Lan- 
caster, Bennis Smith. 

Third row Irene Pelt, Hilda - ide Har- 
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Drnald Smith, Selby 
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Teachey, Carol Cole- 
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Second rev Glennie Mae Smith, Janet Rh 

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Billy Sutton, Chris tine Cruse, Billy Smith. 

.Third How Linwood Lewis, Mary Blizzard. 

Melvin Strickland, Carolyn Ginn, Jo Anne* 
Gurley, Reynolds Smith. 

Fourth row Robert Blackman, Elizabeth 

Colie, Larry tfhaley, Ralph Kennedy, Ott- 
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Second row— Billy R. Smith, Royse Smith 
Billy ..ood uzzell, George Butts, MeGee 
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ANNOUNCEMENTS 



OUR CONCENTRATED DRIVE 
THE LAST TWO MONTHS FOR 
100 PER CENT ATTENDANCE 
AND PRODUCTION IS SHOWING 
GOOD RESULTS 

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FLOOR 
CAFETERIA 3 rd WEST 

EMPLOYMENT 

OFFICE 
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DAV-SON cork back and changeable letter bulletin boards are constructed 
with light walnut finish frames. The cork posting surface consists of Va inch 
cork mounted on Va inch 3-ply veneer. The changeable letter insert is of 
grooved wood felt covered. These bulletins are made to endure as only the 
finest of materials are used in their construction. 

Bulletin board with two set ^ORUSE IN Bulletin board with two set 

SCHOOLS in glass doors. One side cork 
in glass doors. Both sides CHURCHES the other changeable letter 



cork. 



STYLE: TWO SET IN GLASS 

30'x 48" $30.00 

30"x60" 32. 50 

36" x 48" 31.25 

36" x 60" 36.25 

ALL PRICES F. O. B. CHICAGO 



insert. 
(Letters are not included) 



FACTORIES 
OFFICES 
STORES 
CLUBS 
PUBLIC 
BUILDINGS 

THESE BULLETIN BOARDS ARE FITTED WITH A LOCK AND KEY TO 
INSURE NO UNAUTHORIZED CHANGE OR ANNOUNCEMENTS. 



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36" 
36" 



48" $44.85 

60" 51. 40 

48" 49. 40 

60" 59 35 



SPEC'AL ASSORTMENT OF 600 
AND 1 INCH LETTERS $12. OO 



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DISTRIBUTORS: 



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School Gift Service 

4925 GLENDALE 
KANSAS CITY 4, MISSOURI 



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